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Assignments State College of Florida Less time. Less effort. More awesome.

Assignments State College of Florida Less time. Less effort. More awesome.

Assignments vs Activities Canvas Assignments Canvas Activities • Assignments (online submission) • Graded Discussions

Assignments vs Activities Canvas Assignments Canvas Activities • Assignments (online submission) • Graded Discussions • Quizzes • Announcements • Discussions • Quizzes (Graded Quizzes, Graded Surveys) Note: If it’s graded it’s an Assignment, if it’s not it’s an Activity (Practice Quizzes, Ungraded Surveys) • Collaborations/Wiki Pages • Conferences

Assignment Types An Assignment is a Canvas assignment that be submitted through: • •

Assignment Types An Assignment is a Canvas assignment that be submitted through: • • • Text entry File uploads Media recordings Google Docs URLs Assignments appear in the Gradebook, on the Syllabus page, and on the Dashboard

Assignment Types A Discussion is a Canvas assignment that will be graded based upon

Assignment Types A Discussion is a Canvas assignment that will be graded based upon student response to a topic. Discussions appear in the Gradebook, on the Syllabus page, and on the Dashboard

Assignment Types A Quiz is a Canvas assignment that can be used to: •

Assignment Types A Quiz is a Canvas assignment that can be used to: • Assess student comprehension of content • Conduct a survey Quizzes appear in the Gradebook, on the Syllabus page, and on the Dashboard

Assignment Types Not Graded is a Canvas assignment with a due date but no

Assignment Types Not Graded is a Canvas assignment with a due date but no points or grades will be given. • Practice assignments • Open discussions Not Graded assignments on the Syllabus page, and on the Dashboard

Edit Assignment Details 1. Click Assignment Title 2. Click the Edit button (pencil)

Edit Assignment Details 1. Click Assignment Title 2. Click the Edit button (pencil)

Edit Assignment Details 3. Edit the Details: Add Assignment Title Add Content to the

Edit Assignment Details 3. Edit the Details: Add Assignment Title Add Content to the Rich Content Editor Upload resources (files or images)

Add Content to Assignment To add images, links and files use the tool bar

Add Content to Assignment To add images, links and files use the tool bar on the right that appears in Edit Assignment Details

Edit Assignment Details – Due Date : the date and time when the assignment

Edit Assignment Details – Due Date : the date and time when the assignment is due. Note: If you do not set a time, default is 11: 59 pm for the course time zone.

Edit Assignment Details – Availability Dates (lockout dates) If you want to create a

Edit Assignment Details – Availability Dates (lockout dates) If you want to create a date range for student to view and submit and assignment, you can set availability dates. 1. Available From: date and time when the assignments become available 2. Until: the date and time when students can no longer access the assignment Note: if you leave your availability dates blank, the assignment can be viewed throughout the entire course, allowing students to resubmit assignments throughout the semester.

Scenarios : Using Due Dates & Availability Dates Together Open Assignment Scenario: Keep an

Scenarios : Using Due Dates & Availability Dates Together Open Assignment Scenario: Keep an assignment open throughout the entire course, do not set availability dates. Example: you want students to be able to view and submit he assignment at any time but reward those who submit by the due date. Note: In the Gradebook Canvas will inform you of late submissions

Scenarios : Using Due Dates & Availability Dates Together Limit Submission Start Date Scenario:

Scenarios : Using Due Dates & Availability Dates Together Limit Submission Start Date Scenario: Keep students from submitting an assignment until a specific date, set an Available From date. Example: you set an assignment as due on Sept 19 at 11: 59 pm, but you do not want students to submit the assignment until Sept 9, set the Available From date as Sept 9. Note: Canvas automatically opens and students can start submitting assignments on Sept 9, Canvas will still notify you of Late Submissions in the Gradebook

Scenarios : Using Due Dates & Availability Dates Together Limit Submission End Date Scenario:

Scenarios : Using Due Dates & Availability Dates Together Limit Submission End Date Scenario: Allow students to submit an assignment until a specific date, set an Until Date (lock assignment after end date) No Late Submissions: If you do not want any Late Submissions set the Due Date as the same date as the Until date. Allow Late Submissions: Example, allow students to submit up to three days late after due date, set the Until date to three days later.

Peer Review Assignments – Instructor View In Edit Details you can select Peer Reviews

Peer Review Assignments – Instructor View In Edit Details you can select Peer Reviews Automatically: Students are not assigned a review until they have submitted their own assignment. Manually: Students can complete their assigned peer reviews without having to submit their own assignment first.

Peer Review Assignments – Student View

Peer Review Assignments – Student View

Online Learning Staff Gary Baker Director Phone: 941 -752 -5431 Fax: 941 -751 -8185

Online Learning Staff Gary Baker Director Phone: 941 -752 -5431 Fax: 941 -751 -8185 Email: [email protected] edu Dale Drees Lead Instructional Designer Phone: 941 -752 -5345 Fax: 941 -751 -8185 Email: [email protected] edu Kendi Judy Specialist, Instructional Designer Phone: 941 -752 -5437 Fax: 941 -751 -8185 Email: [email protected] edu John Ewing LMS Administrator Phone: 941 -752 -5254 Fax: 941 -751 -8185 Email: [email protected] edu Melanie Wallace Staff Assistant Phone: 941 -752 -5237 Fax: 941 -751 -8185 Email: [email protected] edu